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here live in just a matter of moments. a first authorities say a civilian defense contractor and the intelligence division of pacific command gave existing warplanes and details of u.s. nuclear weapons to his chinese girlfriend. benjamin bishop, a colonel in the army reserves facing one count of communicating national defense information to a person not entitled to receive it. one count of unlawfully retaining national defense documents. the former vice chairman of the federal reserve joins us to tell us what he thinks, whether it's too soon for the fed to exit bin bernanke's deasy montell -- monetary policies. former dupont to five kristine adam says the aba justice department is motivated by politics and race. he joins us live. a shocking admission from a key defense witness. join us here tonight. first, a victory for gun owners and the second amendment. senate majority leader harry reid today announced that the democratic effort to ban so-called assault weapons will not be included in the majority leader's gun-control bill. senator riegle acknowledged that despite the pres
it was self defense. prosecutor's working hard to make the case this was premeditated murder. for arias, having a lousy memory may be her best defense but after changing her story over and over, the question is will the jury believe she really doesn't remember? randi kaye takes a closer look. >> reporter: jodi arias has amnesia. >> do you have any memories of slashing mr. alexander's throat? >> no. >> reporter: at least that's what her defense team would like the jury to believe. >> why did you put the camera in the washer? >> i don't have memory of that. i don't know why i would do that. >> reporter: and defense lawyers are hoping this psychologist, a defense witness, will convince jurors arias isn't faking this. >> it appears as if she suffers from dissociative amnesia. >> reporter: the doctor says that is something that happens after severe trauma such as a killing. the acute stress that follows sends a surge of chemicals to the brain that block the brain from storing any memories. >> the more intense the crime or intense the distress, the more complete the amnesia tends to be. >> wh
cities. siemens. answers. >> bret: the u.s. wants to beef up its missile defense systems against north korea which recently threatened to launch a nuclear strike. national security correspondent jennifer griffin explains it may come as an expense of an important ally. >> the pentagon announced it was beefing up the missile defense of the united states, adding 14 ground-based interceptors in alaska and california, it also announced it would eliminate phase four of the european missile defense shield, advanced interceptors slated for poland. >> you no longer intend to add aod them to the mix but will continue to have the same number of deployed intercepto interceptors that will provide coverage for all of europe. >> the europeans will see no difference in their ballistic missile defense. >> eliminating the europe missile defense has been a key demand by russia. president obama hinted to then russian president dmitry medvedev about his plans to compromise after the u.s. election. >> after my election i'll have more flexibility. >> as in putin. the pentagon is scrapping phase four of the e
. and we have to take that very seriously. the secretary of defense hagel took a position that we're going to improve and add more defense to any type of missile that can come on the west coast of the united states, alaska and also california. >> i want to ask you about that. first, the deputy secretary of defense is in seoul today for the joint military exercises i referenced. he said north korea's threats would deepen the commitment to seoul and that u.s. budget cuts wouldn't alter our defense of south korea. we have 30,000 troops in seoul, second only to afghanistan. that is a massive commitment. with all the cullbacks in the defense department, isn't this a scenario that has to be up for trimming just by definition. >> we have to prioriize and always be on top of the national security when it deals with american lives and threats from other governments, terrorist groups and issues like that. got news even with the issue which is really a problem that needs to be resolved is that when it comes to the department of defense, they have the ability to be able to prioritize where the money g
national defense. we care about these things so much because fundamentally, we are the people who truly care about people. we love people in this country. and we want everyone to succeed in this country. [applause] because, you see, not everyone to have the best possible life that they can have. whites, blacks, hispanics, young immigrants, old immigrants, male, female, you name it. everyone. we want everyone to succeed, because we need everyone to succeed in this country. that's our community. because when you get lifted up in our community, then we get lifted up, too. that's how it works about, and that's why we care about you. and that's why we want to make sure that gasoline costs $2 a gallon rather than $4 a gallon. and we can make that a reality. if we try. and that's why we care, that your sister and your mother has her second amendment rights so she has the ability to protect yourself against a harmful assailant. it's because we care about her. we are a growing movement of people who care about all americans. now, this is a story out of work together, and it's painful for r me to
to cut one thing, defense spending. they want to bring that back down to 2006 level. somewhere in iran is cheering. there comes a point when americans are going to have to decide what country, what kind of country they want. even taking half of what affluent americans earn, feds couldn't possibly afford what the far left wants to provide. so we would eventually become greece or cyprus if the u.s. dollar collapses and people stop lending us money. some conservatives believe that's exactly what the far left wants. a collapse of the entire capitalistic system. some on the right believe that president obama is actively working toward that. certainly senator bernie sanders of vermont wants socialism in this country and so do most of his compatriots on the crazy caucus. yet, americans continue to elect them. that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. reaction. joining us from lower manhattan dr. marc lamont hill who teaches at columbia university. do you think the program the caucus is putting forth will ever happen in this country? >> no. i think that's a template for a kind a progress
thing that looks like it's on the back of a truck there. the president visiting the israeli air defense system that has a name that sounds like it comes out of a come iblg book. the iron dome. a big iron dome fly swater paid for in part by the united states. and that's where our domestic politics intruded on today's presidenttial trip abroad. we are still trying to wrap our heads around the self inflicted unnecessary designed to be dumb budget cuts. the sequester. and yes, those cuts include the funding for the iron dome. at his press conference today with his israely counter part, the president oohed and aued. >> we're providing more security security assistance and advanced technology to israel than ever before. and that includes more support for the missile defenses like iron dome. we will take steps to ensure that there is no interruption of funding for iron dome. >> taking steps to ensure that there's no interruption of funding for iron dome. one of the ways to not interrupt the funding of the iron dome would be to get rid of the sequester. we're not talking about that. we're talki
juveniles juveniles--people of this age in a case like this? you're a defense attorney. how difficult is it to defend it too. >> michael: okay, we're going to go to anonymous because we're having sound trouble with lou shapiro. we'll come back to you, lou. i want to ask you anonymous one of the reasons you're undercover is to help people who are harassed for this advocacy case. are you happy with the verdict today? >> of course i'm happy. i think justice was served. i still would like for them to be tried for adults. you do an adult crime do the adult time. all in all i think justice was served. i'm happy for her. i would like to see more, but they're going to be registered sex offenders for the rest of their lives. i'm happy about that. i think all in all she got justice. >> michael: she got the justice she wanted. does it end there k? there are other people who are under grand jury indictment. the victim's parents say they don't want to see it go any further. how do you feel about that? >> being there during the whole thing, i do know that when we heard about people getting immunity
not commit. among the believers, not just defense attorneys, but the brooklyn d.a., who is going before the court today to ask for the release of this man, who was convicted in 1991 for the murder of rabbi warsburger, who was 58 years old. a reporter survivor of auschwitz and champion for jews in brooklyn. a robber gunned him down and got away in his car. detectives say they had rantas' confession, eyewitnesss, and more. but as the d.a. began digging, he determined ranta was the wrong man. mary snow is in brooklyn. mary, how did this case fall apart? >> reporter: well, really, don, the turning point and what set this in motion was an eyewitness who identified david ranta in a police lineup came forward two years ago to say that he was told by police who to pick. he was 13 at the time of that lineup. he phoned to say it was weighing on him and a police detective had told him, this is his words, to pick the guy with the big nose. the attorney for david ranta then went to the brooklyn d.a.'s office relaying this information to the conviction integrity unit. they were looking to review case
as it has been traditionally left to the states. should the court, therefore, strike done the defense of marriage act which is one of the cases that will be hearing this, this week, which bans federal benefits, for same sex couples, who are legally married in their states. would you strike down that as federal interference in a state matter? >> i think it is a really complicated issue. i have always said the states have a right to decide. i do believe in traditional marriage, kentucky decided it, and i don't think the federal government should tell us otherwise. there are states that have decided in the opposite fashion, and i don't think the federal government should tell anybody or any state government how they should decide this. marriage has been a state issue for hundreds and hundreds of years. it is complicated, because it provides protection for the states from the federal government. but, you are right. part of it federalizes the issue. i think there is a chance the court could strike down the federalization part of it. if they do, i think the way to fix it is maybe to try to
telling them what food to eat. they sure don't want him telling tell what defense firearms to own. and he can't buy america. >> chief, back in the '60s when we had some gun control, safe streets act, it was aimed at criminals, people who were professional professional criminals who were heavily armed. a chance to fight crime by using gun control. the right has sort of kidnapped that argument in a way. i want your reaction to that. you need a gun to protect yourself because the cops won't do it. >> certainly all across america today, law enforcement responds to hundreds of thousands of calls for service. lives are lost. police officers' lives are lost each and every year defending our society. look, i'm a protector like many law enforcement officers across the nation. elected officials and the citizens have asked us, what can we do to make our nation a safer place? and background checks is one effective way of making that happen. a capacity on these magazines and certainly we continue to be seeking a ban on these assault weapons as well. in this case, bloomberg is on the mark. >> what do y
an iron dome defense system to protect israelis from rockets coming out of hamas or southern lebanon. so they're in lock step on a number of key issues there have been these dust ups along the way. but i think those are the exception to the rule, which is a very functional u.s./israel relationship. >> are we at a stage now, aaron, where there is no longer as much pressure regionally to do something about the israeli/palestinian negotiations because there is so much of a crisis atmosphere given what's happening on the border of all of these countries, the relationship with egypt, the morsi government, the war in syria and the revolutions and the arab spring have created a completely new context. >> it's very true, the region is as broken, angry and dysfunctional as i've ever seen it. most of it is not the fault of this president. but the reality is this israeli/palestinian issue still resonates. it's the one issue that emotionally, ideologically, politically, still unite as dysfunctional and divided arab world. the problem the president has, i'll sum it up very clearly -- the two-state so
defense education loans i was in the peace corps, changed my lives. my father worked for the city of philadelphia. i have no problem with public service. that's where i'm at. that's how i got here. your party says that's degraded. i got a 47% because my father is on a g.i. bill and ended up on social security. what's wrong with government? >> look it -- >> good for most people. am i addicted to government? >> first of all, as a country, particularly to washington they're addicted to spending. we created this massive point -- >> you're on there. that's your winning -- you got the win card right there. >> manufacturing, obama says those jobs are gone forever. >> he does not say that, actually. >> when did he say that? >> president obama did not say that. >> we've got to admit those jobs are gone. >> no. >> some. >> he worked hard to bring back manufacturing. >> perhaps most typical -- let's get back to our report. reince priebus, it's about communication but the party never tried to stop to distant franchise, mainly poor african-american voters since the last election. stricter phot
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defense of marriage act or doma which defines federal acknowledgment of same-sex marriag marriages. at stake? federal marriage benefits for those who are legally married. the arguments laid out before the nine justices this week will establish a furd precedence for the next chapter for the fight in marriage equality. this is a watershed moment. but it is just part of a long and continuing struggle because the struggle has already been quite long. in the summer of 1969, five days of riots sparked by the aggressive anti-guy police action in new york city founded a battle cry that helped to launch the guy rights movement. a year later, a couple in minnesota was denied a marriage license because state law limited marriage to persons of the opposite sex. their case made to the u.s. supreme court back in 1972. it was dismissed without so much as a written opinion. the court ruled that same sex couples have no constitutional rights married and that the legal challenge itself failed to raise a substantial federal question at all. but the struggle continued. it would be another 14 years bef
to the president and secretary of state and secretary of defense. their view was that they would have enough troops there, that it would be relatively easier, and they still hoped that they were going to get massive amounts of other nations to come in. there was a limit to how much i could do as a civilian other than simply telling people that i thought we needed more troops, including the president. them and you have been critical of the military strut -- >> you have been critical of the military strategy, but it was you who ordered debaathification, the disbanding of the army, both of which have been blamed. >> i think the conventional wisdom was wrong on several counts. de-baathification never polled below 95%, which meant it was getting broad support from all sectors of the economy. i did make a mistake, which was turning it over to iraqi politicians. i should have turned it over to judges, people who did not have a political ax to grind. on the army, there was no question it was the right thing to do not to recall the army. we should have not said it was disbanding it. the pentagon said it wou
of defense. >> after the breach of protocol there was speculation that he was being forced out. >> he was promoted to sergeant after that. it's not a forced retirement. >> chris: whatever the reason the pup should be the new mascot by late august with as many as five public events a week. >> chesty is great way to represent the more than 200,000 sailors and semifinalians that make up our corps. he has very important job. we're happy to have him. >> chris: one of my favorite power players ever. the marine mascot generally says five years as chesty is five years which is 35 years in a dog's life. have a great week and we'll see you next fox news sunday. >> this week on the journal, editorial report. president obama's middle east mission, he is calling for renewed peace in the area, as the syrian conflict escalates with claims of chemical weapons, will it make a difference? the president courts controversy at home with his pick to the labor department. did thomas perez interfere with a supreme court court of decision, and his theory on discrimination. and labor's effort to hide cigarett
. that said, bigger problems are ahead of us. >> the 8% of defense will kick in, so there will be furloughs. >> they have delayed the furloughs because of the continuing resolution. >> that is a good point because 28% of all federal hires are we talk about how much we revere and respect and admire veterans. they are the ones that will get laid off. >> the republicans are lucky that the ryan plan does not have a chance. if the american people got wind of the kind of cuts that would happen under this budget, and most people do not pay attention to this back-and-forth, but it started to happen, they would not like it at all. you can see that in all the data. >> i hate to be critical of you -- actually, i do not really. but you missed the story on the budget. the real news is the senate offered a budget for the first time since 2009. the ipad did not even exist the last time. [laughter] that is completely dead on arrival. it is the most appalling document you have ever seen. it does not look at any entitlements. it does not have any cuts. it marches us off a cliff into greece and perhaps cyprus
to the defense of israel. >> i don't think he is aiming so much to the israeli government but the israeli government. this time the president shows up. he is stronger and just won re-election and netanyahu is weaker. had he a weak showing in the elect shu and had trouble forming a government, so the president is going over his head. he wants to begin a dialogue with the israeli people and show the united states is a friend of israel and show also that israel taking more risks for peace than netanyahu has been willing to support is a good idea. this is the beginning of a long conversation. >> all right. here with us now from jerusalem, nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent, andrea mitchell. given all we have talked about and the constraints and years this has been in the making what is the white house hoping to accomplish on this trip? >> they have accomplished already what they hope to accomplish and do more with the speech today, reaching over the heads, as you've just been pointing out, to the israeli people and especially to israeli youth. but one of the blogs on the jerusalem post t
. the nuclear issue that's a top issue for president obama's agenda. on friday, defense secretary chuck hagel said there are these plans to beef up missiles after north korea said it was going to be trying to have its preemptive nuclear strike against the u.s. or launch one. you recently visited north korea. kim jong-un. what do you make of their aspirations towards their nuclear program, and what it means for us here in the u.s.? >> well i've been to north korea many times, but you still can't figure out what's going on with the new leader. the bad side is that he's making a lot of negative, provocative statements. the north koreans going out there and being very threatening. i think it makes sense for secretary hagel to say we're prepared. we're going to shift some of those interceptors to north korea. away from building in towards and against russia, which makes sense, which may help our american-russian relationship which is key in what we're trying to do with sanctions with iran. i think all in all, it makes sense with what the new secretary of defense is doing with north korea. >> what
to the united states to the now former minister of the defense ahead barack said this president and this administration has done more to insure israel's qualitative military edge, intel cooperation has strengthened. there's been a lot of good cooperation meeting the iranian challenge but on that public level there has been difficulty obviously there's syria, iran, and the white house is setting low expectations with the regard to the palestinian israeli peace process. >> rose: low expectations? >> low expectations on that front. >> rose: do you see it the same way? >> it's the intersection of politics and policy. barack obama has the most dysfunctional relationship with an israeli prime minister as any american president has had in the history of the u.s./israeli relations. it goes beyond begin and carter and bush 41 and the reality is that no american president for political reasons and policy reasons can afford to have this sort of relationship. a lot of it rests on netanyahu and his first incarnation. even clinton, a guy who was prepared to cut him all kinds of breaks was ann
supported by the united states militarily. the iron dome missile defense system. but for some reason israeli people, perhaps because of the president's 2009 speech in cairo. there is a feeling in israel that he has not shown them the love. so he's going to try to do that on this trip. he's going to go to the historic founder of israel, the hertzel monument. to show that he doesn't believe that israel's roots began only after the holocaust. and that he agrees with israel's timeline that it goes back to millennium. he's going to see the dead sea skrols. he'll pay homage to israel's deep rots and go to the west bank, go to ramallah and speak with the leader of the palestinians, try to get more of a warmer relationship. then they're talking about iran. and iran is front and center. he has to persuade prime minister netanyahu, that in fact he is not bluffing, that the u.s. would take military action if needed and israel presumably would prefer to have the u.s. with them this he can't really do it as easily alone. they're going to try to get closer on the same timeline on iran. and of course there
time. however in his defense he he never ever associated the two of those together. >> bill: wait, we just heard him do that. he said the sequester and this is terrible and we don't have enough money to train our people. exactly what he said. >> the pentagon came out and defended him and said did he not link the two of of those together. >> bill: we just heard him say it. >> you heard it wrong. >> bill: i heard it wrong. >> you did. because he did not say the sequester was the reason these things happened to these marines. >> bill: he said it's because we don't have the funds to properly train the military. >> you know for somebody who is as well prepared as you usually are you are not on this one. >> bill: just stop it i'm going to it read very slowly so you get it don't interrupt because i want the folks to read it the sequester should go away. reid pointing to the sequester. we have cut already huge amounts of money in deficit reduction. it's just not appropriate. all right. mr. president, that our military can't train and do the maintenance necessary, tieing it directly into the s
defense secretary donald rumsfeld tweeted ten years ago began the long difficult work of liberating 25 million iraqis all who played in a role in history who deserve our respect and appreciation. i'm joined again by documentary filmmaker, michael moore. michael, we will get into iraq quickly but the twitter verse is lit up by saying all you guys are so unfair because we know president obama doesn't control legislation, the republican house does. why don't you tell us, yes, republicans need do things, but is there more barack obama can do to use his bully bill put to push this issue forward? >> yes, and he knows it. social security happened because of franklin roosevelt. i don't think you can anyone anyone in congress back then responsible for social security. civil rights and voting rights act in '64 and '65 were because lindon johnson took the southern democrats and others literally by the ears and said, you will vote for this. people want it. h is right, end of story. go up there and vote for it. and obama, president obama, i really think he just has to get his game on here and start
engines at the driveway. it had been inspected to make it defensible. meanwhile, the next action is that the fire is moving like this. a lot of animal life around. this is not a good situation. it can cause panic and have it suddenly have horses running through. horses panicked with fire. there is some discussion about what to do about them. and richard saw that the corral they were in is essentially a safety zone for the horses. if you take a look behind us, you see all kinds of junk. and that stuff can blow up and explode, they came down late in the game. this is from the bottom from the north side looking up they felt fine. but this isn't nascar. and once they start heading for the double wide, they began to get worried. some of them were excited, kids in the back of the cab, they say no, we have a fire. and all of the stuff that they say. and the captain and some of the others -- the people who have had a little bit more experience, they are thinking that this is going to get serious. and it did. the first house that they got to was the woman who was away at the time. the hou
and read from. didn't seem electrified by it. >> but read it is a defense of how -- we are talking mainly how he was received. >> he wasn't received well. another person who was not received well was bobby jindal. >> i heard that fell flat too. he was telling old jokes? >> a lot of jokes he did at the gridiron. talking about eric holder. >> i see eric holder is here. no, he wasn't. >> that's cpac. yeah, pretty likely. >> you need to draw that line there that. >> he did a whole slot on knotsberry farm that fell flat. nobody got it. >> two wig winners, rand paul and won the straw poll going away and receiving with his speech and marco rubio did really well. i think you see chris christie sitting there with 7% -- >> who? >> chris christie. >> he was not only excluded, he was insulted there by some extreme voice. >> insult chris christie, you only make him stronger. >> i know. ron, chris christie couldn't have had it any better. first of all, he didn't have to go to cpac and, secondly, he was on everybody's mind at cpac and, third, he fred ahead from the vice presidential nominee in the polli
defense, and pro-family social policies. if you take one leg away from the stool, the stool crumbles. if we sell out our principles then the conservative movementthose in the establishment who claim they know how to win are simply living a lie. just look at the past two presidential campaigns. how did that work out for the establishment? only in 2010, when our conservative grassroots were fully mobilized, hand in hand with the tea party did we prevail. last month the battle lines were drawn when karl rove and company announced to "the new york times," of all places, they were forming the conservative victory project. the conservative victory project is nothing more than an attempt by the establishment to control the conservative movement. calling it the conservative victory project is like mitt romney saying he was a severe conservative. tol rove claims he wants win. why does he think he has a monopoly on wanting to win? we all want to win. why does karl rove need to create a new organization with the name conservative in it? because american crossroads failed in 2012, that is why. d
by the way though probably this would not be a good defense for the soccer player to use given you might remember we did the story of the hurdler who was i can cked off the olympic -- kicked off the olympic team. she had sympathies with the golden dawn party. a lot of greek sport people. >> they invented athleticism. history channel -- -- >> wait, andy, what about -- should he have been banned for life? >> that's a good question. i am always wary of banning people for life for making a mistake even if it is a pretty big one. >> how about sensitivity training? >> love the sensitivity training. >> should dennis rodman go on sensitivity training for hanging out with the leader of north korea? >> no, i think it is fine he did that. i like he did that. i do. i said it before, if we will be self-right chose of who we hang out with stop holding hands with the saudis. >> that's the country that runs death camps and starved two million of theme people. -- of their people. >> at least they are out in the hope. saudi throw rocks at rape victims. that's worst. >> i don't buy he didn't know it was at
minister netanyahu touring the iron dome missile defense system as pointed to by president obama to show his support to israel. 300 million went to fund this, an improvement in the last gaza war and president obama points to that as his support for israel. he has a battle selling himself in israel, only 10% of israelis say they like president obama and he's going direct for a hard sell, megyn, when he goes before a national television audience and talking to students and why he is in favor of israel and going forward, how he hopes to help the jewish state in a second term. >> megyn: thank you. and in honor to president obama's visit to jerusalem, the israeli embassy in washington releases an unusual animated video featuring the two leaders and a classic song from the 1980's sit com. watch this. >> the bonds between the united states and israel are unbreakable and the commitment of the united states to the security of israel is ironclad. ♪ thank you for being a friend ♪ ♪ travel down the road and back again ♪ ♪ your heart is true, you're-- thank you for being a friend ♪ >> ye
. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. neil: president prepares an executive order to all government agents when considering a project, consider the environmental impact of what you are doing. i might have thought that jobs impact of what you are doing might be more important, but enough about me. why any of us should find this unusual. first to you christen, mixed up priorities? >> i think so, at least not the same priority that american voters have. gallup did a survey, 40 percent of americans say that economy an jobs are top issue 2% say environment. if this is a trade off with jobs and environment, i know where american people on, it doesot sound like where the president is. neil: nick, is the president saying, you can ver have both. >> you can but not the way that president is, if you have state riregulates environment and job creation, it could happen, but with this cummulative environmental review, you are talking about shuts down a lot of natural gas production in a year where it has been a bright s
economy, about ensuring we have a strong national defense. we care about these things so much because fundamental, we have are the people who truly care about people. we love people in this country. we want everyone to succeed in this country. [applause] because you see, we want everyone to have the best possible life they could have, white, black, hispanic, young immigrants, old immigrants, male, female, we want everyone to succeed. we need everyone to succeed in this cub. that's our community. because when you get lifted up in our community, then we get lifted up too. that's how it works about it. that's why we care about you. that's why we want to make sure that gasoline costs $2 a gallon rather than $4 a gallon. we can make that a reality if retwy. that's why we care that your sister and your mother has her second amendment right so she has the ability to protect erself against the harmful criminals. it's because we care about her. it is growing momente of people who care about all americans. this is a story that i want to tell you and it is painful for me to tell you. it is a sto
support of rand paul's filibuster to his fierce opposition of chuck hagel as secretary of the defense. senator cruz has already demonstrated he has no problem confronting the establishment and proved that again last week when he dared to question veteran california democrat dianne feinstein to justify why she thinks the government has the right to limit the second amendment rights. >> would she think that the fourth amendment searches and seizures could only apply to the specified individuals and not to the individuals that congress has deemed outside the protection of the bill of rights? >> i'm not a 6th grader. senator, i've been on this committee for 20 years. it's fine you want to lecture me he on the constitution, i appreciate it. just know i've been here for a long time. >> nobody doubts her sincerity and passion yet at the same time i would note that she chose not to question i asked: would it be consistent with the constitution for congress to specific which books are permitted and which are not? >> the answer is obvious, no. >> sean: following that exchanning cruz was hammere
relationships. the fact that they got clear understandings on iran, on the right of self-defense, israel, the u.s. will not tolerate nuclear weapons in iran. the discussion on syria. i think most importantly the connection with the israeli people which seems to have succeeded to possibly move toward the negotiation on an israeli/palestinian effort. the two-state solution. i think it has been a successful visit. >> what did you make of the speech this morning? >> the speech was lovely. that relationship has been frayed for so long that humor goes some distance. the proof of the pudding will be in the eating. ntsb next few days, if netanyahu authorizes more settlements, we'll know the relationship remains frayed. at least the president went more than halfway. he went all the way from washington to jerusalem. he went there with his arms open. it is now up to netanyahu to respond. the power of the president is not something to be sneered at. now is it depends on the people on the other side of the table. >> you seem like you might be skeptical. >> i am. i've covered the middle east for many, many y
three billion dollars has been in aid to israel to their defense systems there. 275 million for the iron dome. >> sean: i got that. let me ask a question, joe trippi. wait a minute. >> every step of the way we've been there and said he won't let iran have a nuclear weapon. they don't have one yet. >> sean: is it a mistake to give the former terrorist head of the muslim brotherhood, mohammed morsi, f-16 tanks 1.5 billion taxpayer dollars, is that a mistake, joe trippi? >> i don't know if it's a mistake or not. >> sean: so what do you think, bill cunningham. >> we can't afford 6th graders on spring break going through the white house and we ship terrorists like morsi, hundreds of millions of dollars, tanks and f-16's. they're going to use them to kill israelis, we're supplying the weapons to kill israelis and that's a nobel peace prize winner. that's one way to look at it, bill, on the other hand it's been egypt and the enforcement of the peace agreement with egypt-- >> that was under mubarak. >> right, and what we know is so far the muslim brotherhood has kept that in place. so-- >> no, n
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